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Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra Live at Starr Hill Music Hall on 2003-08-01


Topics Live concert


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Set 01/Disc 01:
Track 01 - (Intro)
Track 02 - Government Magic
Track 03 - As Empires Grow, Nations Crumble
Track 04 - Dirt and Blood
Track 05 - Big Man
Track 06 - Indictment part 1
Track 07 - Indictment part 2
Track 08 - Elephant

Set 1&E/Disc 02:
Track 01 - Everything will Be Alright
Track 02 - Open and Close >
Track 03 - Swegbe & Pako
Encore
Track 04 - (Intro)
Track 05 - Musicawi Silt


Collection AntibalasAfrobeatOrchestra
Band/Artist Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra
Date August 1, 2003
Venue Starr Hill Music Hall
Location Charlottesville, VA

Source mk4 > KC5 > CMC6 > Mini-Me (no soft-limit) > TCD-D8 (48k)
Lineage TCD-D8 > Datport > Samplitude (48k-44.1k) > Red Roaster (tracking) > WAV > FLAC (lvl 6)
Taped by Todd
Transferred by Todd (titotito at gmail)


Reviews

Reviewer: thelegroom - - August 21, 2009
Subject: Funky Keys
Thanx Todd. As mentioned a bit bass heavy, but worthwhile. My first listen to these folks. I came for the Afrobeat and am loving it. I will listen to some more! I am playing Intro thru As Nations Grow on my radio show this week. Peace
Reviewer: jamart - - November 30, 2005
Subject: I love these guys
I've only seen them once, they are not to be missed. As for this recording, the bands right on, and crowd noise is very manageable. It's not perfect, but very listenable. One of the funkiest bands out there. Just try and sit still while listening to this show. It can't be done. Thanks archive.
Reviewer: ARBOER02 - - October 8, 2005
Subject: Funk it up
Damn fine show, damn fine show.
Reviewer: diveatlas.com - - August 1, 2005
Subject: Great set, decent sound
Another quality show from a unique and skilled group of afrobeat musicians. Sound is a bit muffled, but you can still get in a great groove.
Reviewer: Jose Gaspar - - February 10, 2005
Subject: Five Stars For The Players, 3 For the Mix
A mainstream contemporary large jazz group ready for prime time. Slick musicianship, novel ideas, and a tight blend. The mix, unfortunately, has too much bass (this is NOT boom box material) and some sort of high-end phase distortion with the crowd noise. Still very listenable and highly recommended.
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